Under Observation: the Panopticon Effect
Lecture 9 of 24Downloadable Audiobook - 2016
This Lecture: What happens when we know we are under observation? Or when we know we are anonymous? The "observer effect" has a significant psychological impact on someone being watched, whether it is a corporation under public scrutiny or someone chastised on social media. Consider the psychological implications of observation - on both the observed and the observer. The Course: Covering everything from the legal framework for surveillance to the structure of the U.S. intelligence community to the myriad technologies that capture and analyze data, The Surveillance State offers a window into crucial events that are happening around us right now-and shows the challenging balance we all confront between personal privacy and national security. All Lectures: 1. Security, Liberty, or Neither? 2. The Charlie Hebdo Tragedy 3. East Germany's Stasi State 4. Surveillance in America 5. Failing to Connect the Dots on 9/11 6. The U.S. Spy Network in Action 7. Big Data's Shadow 8. Some Problems with Privacy 9. Under Observation: The Panopticon Effect 10. Drones, Drones Everywhere 11. Biometrics: Eyes, Fingers, Everything 12. Hacking, Espionage, and Surveillance 13. Local Police on the Cyber Beat 14. Geolocation: Tracking You and Your Data 15. Internet Surveillance 16. Metadata: Legal or Not 17. Technology Outruns the Law 18. Your Personal Data Is the Product 19. The Internet of Things 20. Anonymity: Going off the Grid 21. Code Breaking versus Code Making 22. Europe's Right to Be Forgotten 23. National Security and the First Amendment 24. The Privacy Debate Needs You
Publisher: [United States]: The Great Courses, 2016.
Branch Call Number: eAudiobook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 audio file (30 min.)) : digital. digital,digital recording data file
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